At Learning Tapestry we help people and companies who help educators and learners.
We work with startups, nonprofits, foundations, and major corporations to build their technology platforms and their internal technical capacity.
We empower curriculum authors with technology to help them efficiently produce high-quality, accessible content in a variety of formats.
We provide technology and consulting services to many values-based organizations to help them promote more equitable educational ecosystems.
•Requirements gathering and specification
•Solutions architecture and buy vs. build recommendations
•Full-stack development, mobile apps, custom integrations
•Comprehensive support throughout the development process: technical product and project management, devops, and QA
•Technical architecture and vision
•Guidance on establishing sound software development, devops, and information security processes
•Advice and support for building and developing your in-house technical team
•Product development and business strategy
•Integrate legacy systems to newer applications
•Link systems to merge different functionality
•Eliminate data silos and manual processes
•Author full-course curricula and instructional materials using Google Docs and easily generate stylized Google Doc, PDF, HTML outputs
•Allow visitors to your website to download copies of entire Google Drive folders and subfolders into their personal Google Drive while maintaining the folder hierarchy
•Leading-edge AI content generation platform to create knowledge-building content for children
•More effectively describe curricular content to make it easier to move from one platform to another
We can leverage existing technologies we've built for others, rather than building from scratch.
We don't "lock" partners into our services, so clients can find other service providers with the open technology we've built, although no one has taken us up on this yet!
Other organizations and developers can create new solutions faster and at a lower cost.
It tends to financially favor our clients, over a licensing approach.
It allows us to provide new clients with lower cost solutions by leveraging the existing technology we've built for others.
It gives our clients flexibility to find other service providers, should they be unhappy working with us (no one has taken us up on this yet!)
It allows other organizations and people to create new solutions faster and at lower cost, by leveraging open technology.
It tends to financially favor our clients, over a licensing approach